Re: NANFA-- Dragonfish
Wed, 24 Mar 2004 00:50:11 EST

In a message dated 3/23/04 10:19:58 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> Gobioides broussonnetii, a.k.a. the violet goby or dragonfish is a
> brackishwater fish whose range runs from the Atlantic coast of Georgia
> around the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico and Carribean to Brazil. Brine
> shrimp, frozen shrimp, black worms and thelike will satisfy them. Not a
> effective fish predator, but not a community fish either.
By using a feeding ring I was able to teach one to eat tiny pellets. From
what I observed they are basically filter feeders. sitting in one place a drawing
in water and extracting small organisms from the water.

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